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Alice  McInerney


Consumer Fraud


  • Smith College (B.A. 1970)
  • Hofstra School of Law (J.D. 1976)


  • New York State Bar
  • United States District Courts for the Southern, Northern, Eastern, and Western Districts of New York
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • United States Supreme Court
Alice McInerney
Of Counsel
Tel: 212.371.6600
Fax: 212.751.2540
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Alice McInerney is Of Counsel to the firm and practices out of our New York office.

She concentrates on antitrust and consumer matters, and also handles securities class actions. Ms. McInerney joined the firm in 1995 and has over 30 years of experience as an attorney. From 2010-2022, she was named a Top Rated Antitrust Litigation attorney by Super Lawyers. 

Prior to joining KM, Ms. McInerney was Chief of the Investor Protection Bureau and Deputy Chief of the Antitrust Bureau of the New York Attorney General’s office. While there, she chaired the Enforcement Section of the North American Securities Administrators Association and also chaired the Multi-State Task Force on Investigations for the National Association of Attorneys General. Alice is also a member of the National Association of Public Pension Attorneys (NAPPA).

Some of Ms. McInerney’s relevant work includes:
  • Lead counsel for consumer classes in antitrust cases against Microsoft.  These litigations resulted in settlements totaling over $1 billion dollars for consumers in Florida, New York, Tennessee, West Virginia and Minnesota.
  • Representation of a class of retailers in In re Visa Check/MasterMoney Antitrust Litigation, an antitrust case which resulted in a settlement of over $3 billion for the class.
  • Representation of public entities in connection with ongoing Medicaid fraud and False Claims Act litigations arising from health expenditures of these state and local governmental entities.
  • Representation of California homeowners in litigation arising from mortgage repayment irregularities.  This litigation resulted in settlements that afforded millions of California homeowners clear title to their property.  The cases resulted in the notable decision Bartold v. Glendale Federal Bank.